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[mass noun] Sexual attraction to both men and women:‘an honest portrayal of bisexuality in a mainstream film’
- ‘She never hid her bisexuality.’
- ‘Jane keeps trying to lure Steve back by announcing her bisexuality, a tactic that succeeds in fascinating him.’
- ‘He never officially admitted his bisexuality.’
- ‘Kids in Britain assume that homosexuality and bisexuality go on and it's not a big deal.’
- ‘In addition, research is needed to describe in qualitative terms how heterosexuals understand bisexuality.’
- ‘In these interviews, she openly denied her own bisexuality, despite speaking freely about different sexual affairs with women.’
- ‘Are men now prepared openly to avow their bisexuality?’
- ‘The heterosexuality, bisexuality, or homosexuality of anyone else does not concern him.’
- ‘In a world where so few bisexual celebrities are willing to come out, her willingness to embrace bisexuality has made her the poster girl for bisexual women.’
- ‘I was the first to embrace bisexuality, not to mention having friends who were dramatically different: goths, punks, and everyone in between.’
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